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Actuated 3-D Display with Haptic Feedback

Duration  00:02:10

Date recorded  1 July 2013

Michel Pahud demonstrates the research project of an Actuated 3-D Display with Haptic Feedback. The system consists of a touchscreen with a robot arm, engineered for instant, sensitive responsiveness, smooth forward and backward movement, and applications that support multi-touch screen interactions, force sensing, 3-D visualizations and depth movement. By moving a finger on the screen, the user can interact with on-screen 3-D objects and experience different force responses that correspond to the physical simulation. The system also allow volumetric data exploration with force feedback.

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